Came on a Sunday brunch hour and the wait was 40 min, but after grabbing a cup of coffee around the corner, the wait was soon over and we managed to snag bar seats. The atmosphere is charming, airy, and welcoming. Good for any occasion and would imagine dinners to be suitable for family and dates alike. The staff was friendly and attentive and the food was sophisticated and comforting. We ordered the croque madame, pancakes to share, and the merguez and eggs. The croque madame was a very generous portion and extremely satisfying, but is definitely on the heavier side. The baked pancakes are as everyone says--amazing, so definitely recommended for everyone to try at least once. The merguez was good, but a bit underwhelming. Appropriate for anyone on a protein heavy diet as it comes with the sausage, eggs and greens. Hoping we can come for dinner next time!
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